Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small Gaming Chair Review

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Secretlab TITAL Extra Extra Small Gaming Chair
Company: Secretlab
Type: Gaming Chair
MSRP: $399
| June 17, 2022

Listen, gamers come in all shapes and sizes, as we discovered in our Best Gaming Chairs for Women series. This means big and small, young and old, and Secretlab has a solution with the Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair. This chair is half the size of a regular TITAN, perfect for smaller individuals and children.

Out of the box, the Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair is impressive. For a chair primarily sized for children, Secretlab still spared no expense with the build of this XXS gaming chair. The chair still needs to be assembled by an adult, but everything from the fabric to the casters is designed with the same care that goes into any other Secretlab chair.

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Coming in three different finishes, Stealth NEO Hybrid Leatherette or Plush Pink/Frost Blue SoftWeave Plus Fabric, the chair can be customized to fit the buyer’s taste. For kids, I’d recommend the Leatherette, as it wipes clean easily and is the most affordable of the bunch (only by $20). Not only that, but it looks slick with a gaming setup.

The chair comes with lockable casters too, ensuring safety if your children are using it. However, I found these to lock far too easily. I don’t think there was a single time I tried to move the gaming chair without the casters being locked, and I never purposely locked them, it just happened.

“My biggest concern is who the Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair is actually for.”

The Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair features many of the same adjustable options as their other chairs. There are height adjustable armrests, and the seat is height adjustable as well. I will note, even on its highest setting, I have yet to find a desk or table that a child—or myself—could sit comfortably at. The chair is far too low for anything table-related.

My biggest concern is who the Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair is actually for. The chair is advertised as a “collectible chair”, but Secretlab says they “understand that the little ones at home may try to steal it for themselves.” I assume that is for liability reasons, but even as a very small adult, this chair is still too small for me.

The max height for the chair is 5’2, and the max weight is 154 lbs. My seven-year-old son is too small for it at the moment, and he is just over four feet in height, but my 11-year-old niece is too big, sitting around 5’1. If you do intend to buy this chair for a child, there is an incredibly small window of time when they will be able to fit into the Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair. At $399, I don’t think it is a great investment.

If you are purchasing the Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair as a collectible item, the chair is built well, and looks great. If the price is in your budget this could be a great collector’s piece. For anyone looking to use it as a functional gaming chair, it isn’t functional at a desk, and can only fit a very specific size, so beware of this before you buy. The Secretlab TITAN Extra Extra Small gaming chair is a great idea but could be executed much better to support the needs of families and smaller gamers.

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